We were deeply inspired to enter this field by childhood personal experiences. Allison Hertog Esq. was retained in the second grade due to reading problems. Her parents were told she would never go to college! Abby Reifman Fisch, a senior advocate, has a close relative with Downs Syndrome who deeply impacted her life and career choice. We both started as special ed teachers, and know this field inside and out. We guarantee personal attention to you!
Ms. Hertog, nationally known in her field, has devoted her career to special needs children. She’s one of only a handful of attorneys in the country who has a masters degree in behavior disorders/special education. She holds a national reputation as an advocate for twice exceptional students of all ages. Ms. Hertog will learn your situation inside and out, as if it were her own child. Her biggest priority will be getting your goals met.
This is a private law firm dedicated to advocating for students with special needs of all ages. We guarantee personal attention to your case, and will take the time to understand the details of your predicament.
Ms. Hertog is a nationally known advocate and litigator in special education. Licensed to practice law in CA, FL and NY, she has hundreds of satisfied clients. And when she and her clients have had to go to trial, they’ve prevailed or settled EVERY time. Partner with her on your special education journey!
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Allison Hertog comes to the fields of special education and disability law with a highly unique background. One of only a handful of lawyers in the country who holds a Masters degree in special education. She gets the results parents want. Because of Ms. Hertog’s unique talents and dedication, she’s gotten national attention. See her reviews above!
Abby Reifman Fisch works to help families understand their rights and advocates for children with disabilities through consultations and at school meetings. Her extensive experience and knowledge as a former special education teacher and special needs advocate allows her to understand the complexities of working within the educational system and what it takes to make a difference in a student’s educational experience. She listens, strategizes, and acts according to parent goals and student need. See her AMAZING reviews here.
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